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. >>> >>> from new york city, this is "nightline" with bill weir. >> good to be with you tonight, thanks for joining us. imagine this as a plotline for "ocean's 14." clooney, pitt and the gang turn their thieving skills towards a really juicy target, the supermarket. as crazy as it sounds, organized shoplifting rings are now selling milk, tide, and razor blades on the black market to the tune of $30 billion a year, enough to inspire retailers to form specialized undercover units. abc's nick watt went along with one of them for a bust. >> reporter: we used to call it shoplifting, but now it's so much more. >> i've seen a person pull a razor blade and cut put. >> it could be nothing, it could be something. >> reporter: it's highly organized doing big business. there's even an acronym. o.r.c. organized retail crime. >> it's just like a fortune 500 company. all this is just organized. >> reporter: it costs the retail industry more than $30 billion a year. >> everything from meat to razors to milk. >> reporter: milk? >> yeah. you name it. >> reporter: tide detergent, current hot target. expen
. >>> from new york city, this is "nightline" with cynthia mcfadden. >> good evening, i'm cynthia mcfadden, and tonight, exposed online. websites where private, intimate photos of unsuspecting women are up loaded without their knowledge for anyone to see. it's called revenge porn, and it's frequently the work of jilted ex-lovers or hackers. the intention to shame and humiliate. but now, a group of women is fighting back, going after one website, its host, and even its fans. here's abc's juju chang. >> reporter: these women are seeking justice against a sliver of x-rated cyber sites known as revenge porn where people post explicit photos of their exes out of spieste. >> i thought people have real porn to look at with consensual women. >> reporter: m >> reporter: mariana told us she had just turned 18 when she sent photos to her sweetheart. how did he get you to take the picture? >> he was like i love you, i would never do that, i would never want to share you with anyone. and now five years later, it's coming back to haunt me. >> jimmy: have you confronted him? >> yes, i have. i asked
. no mas pantalones! >>> from new york city, this is "nightline" with terry moran. >> hello, everyone. thanks for joining us tonight. so, could you really eat your favorite fattening foods and still lose weight? well, a radical new device, really a shocking new device, could hold the key to consequence-free indulgence, but it is not for the faint of heart. it's a weight loss stomach pump that removes some of the food you put into your body until it turns to fat. as cringe-inducing as that may seem, does it work, is it safe, is it even right? here's abc's juju chang. >> reporter: in the battle against obesity, it seems people will try just about anything, from soup to nuts. there's the caveman diet. >> you can't eat like a hunter and gatherer if you're sitting on the couch. >> reporter: the stomach turning road kill diet. >> i mostly find pheasants and rabbits and badgers, hedgehogs, of course. occasionally sea gulls. >> reporter: you get the idea. but while pre-aged meals or portion-controlled regimens are good at helping people lose weight -- >> i lost over 50 pounds on weight watche
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